Hello! I am a Biochemistry student at Durham University and I LOVE ALL THINGS SCIENCE and I hope my tutorials will make you do too (or maybe just hate it less).
I am super friendly and I take pride in making even the most difficult of concepts seem simple. I have lots of teaching EXPERIENCE; I taught dance for two years; mentored high school students in science and maths and most recently volunteered in deprived areas tutoring A Level Physics where my pupils' grades sky rocketed!
At the start of the sessions you can voice any issues and target what we cover. I will help you break down the topic to its' most basic level (Science is actually really basic, honestly!) then we will build up a better understanding till you are comfortable enough to explain it back to me or to anyone for that matter. Towards exam time we will dissect exam papers until you know the mark scheme better than the exam board! You will be amazed at what you can achieve with one to one tutoring especially when it's FUN, because Science is fun and hopefully you will agree by the end of the session.
During Sixth Form I successfully edited PLENTY of personal statements as HEAD of the STUDENT MANAGEMENT TEAM so I understand how stressful the application process is, but hopefully I can offer some tried and tested advice.
If you have any questions what so ever feel free to message me through this website or arrange a free 15 minute meeting.
I look forward to hearing from you!
|Biology||A Level||£20 /hr|
|Chemistry||A Level||£20 /hr|
|Physics||A Level||£20 /hr|
|-Personal Statements-||Mentoring||£20 /hr|
Samuel (Student) November 18 2015
Ella (Student) November 17 2015
Samuel (Student) November 11 2015
Ella (Student) October 15 2015
Add NaHCO3 or K2CO3 the reaction will produce CO2 i.e Bubbles!
-Velocity is largest at the centre
-Acceleration is greatest at the Amplitude
-Restoring Force is greatest at the amplitude
-Elatsic Potential Energy is greatest at the amplitude
-Kinetic Energy is greatest at the centre
Total Energy=Kinetic+Elastic Potential.see more
A carbon atom bonded to 4 different groups.